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Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Second Amendment News Roundup for 8/25/2010

All guns and politics, from the best gun rights-and-liberty bloggers on the Internet!

Michelle Malkin provides a report on all the major primary races from last night.

Way Up North has a report from the ground in Alaska on the hotly contested U.S. Senate primary race between Republican challenger Joe Miller and incumbent Republican Lisa Murkowski.

Tam comments on John McCain's victory over challenger J.D. Hayworth in Arizona.  Hayworth was not exactly the best candidate to go up against McCain, in my humble opinion.  He has a history of supporting earmarks and being soft on border security...Tea Party no-nos.  Still, I would have thought Arizona would have been more eager to dump McCain than what they exhibited yesterday.

Vanderboegh sends out an alert concerning the government's new 'right' to track your every move with GPS devices.

David Codrea says that the Mayor of Portland, Oregon wants him to denounce a local gun lobby group.

WRSA follows up today with commentary on the Tom Baugh controversy.

Behind the Parapet has a most interesting story on the so-called 'pre-crime' technology that supposedly allows authorities to determine if you are going to commit a crime...before the crime is actually committed.

Pamela Geller charges that the Huffington Post fabricated a story and then expressed its support for 'honor killings.'

From the Barrel of a Gun posts a video entitled, 'My Rifle, My Pony, and Me.'

Oleg Volk has some gun porn today.

Gun Pundit offers some advice to gun rights activists.  Go look.

Squeaks announces the Southern Blogathon, complete with a trip to the shooting range.

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